There are several reasons for the need of a disabled toilet seat or toilet seat riser.
- Recovering from an injury
- Rehabilitation after surgery
- Recommendation from your doctor for a higher toilet seat to take stress and strain away from your lower body
- Elderly needs
A simple trip to the toilet can be a stress and problem for some elderly or disabled people. Modern toilet seats are generally quite low and can prove to be an issue for many disabled, recuperating and elderly people. The crux of the problem is lowering and rising from the toilet itself. Midland Mobility has a selective range of disabled and raised toilet seats to help or aid a natural daily task like visiting the loo.
We have several types of disabled toilet seats to choose from, including the more common heavy duty toilet seat which can reduce the distance from standing to sitting down on the toilet and is one of the best seats available on the market today. This type of toilet aid is most often used when someone is struggling with the difference between themselves and the seat and would highly likely, if using a conventional toilet seat, need the help of a carer to able to sit and rise. Our disabled toilet seats come in different heights and are considered to be comfortable too. If you are unsure what type of toilet seat you need, please call us and speak to one of our staff who will advise you on the correct product and size to buy.
We understand people want to keep their independence, and even more so with something as private as going to the toilet. We believe our toilet seats help elderly and disable people visit the toilet independently and with dignity.